15 Things Every Nigerian Will Remember About Visiting Day Back In Secondary School
November 10, 2015
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Nigerian mothers are so extra.
Can’t we all just get along?
1) The quiet ones: They mind their business and the only time you interact with them is from bargaining fare to eventual payment. 5 stars, Okada edition. 2) Chatterboxes: Sir, I can’t hear you over the sound of my heart beating fast because I am holding on for dear life. Stop talking sir. 3) Daredevils: […]
If you didn’t play one touch, middle man, or O.G.O as a kid, did you even grow up in Nigeria?
Did you really go to a Nigerian primary school if you didn’t start your days screaming, “All things bright and beautiful”?
You might have enjoyed these snacks as a child but if you try eating them now, your organs will shrivel up and die.
Reading these stories as an adult will have you laughing, especially number 1.
Children’s day, a day set apart for kids. Like they don’t win at life already? You’re not paying bills or rent and you have a day to celebrate yourself? Get me their manager, please. On days like this, we can’t help but remember how good we used to have it so we wrote this article […]
Are you a Nigerian Student? Are you in a relationship with a fellow Nigerian student? If your answer to these questions is “yes”, then definitely understand these struggles stated below The roommate that does not understand privacy You have been telling Cynthia about how bae is coming over for some private time since the beginning […]
You will literally LOL.
There’s twitter, and then there is Nigerian twitter. Nigerian twitter is an extreme sport, you need all the heads up you can get and this list is it.
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: